For State Assembly 2020
I’m running for California Assembly District 71 because it’s time we started investing in US. We deserve to have someone in Sacramento fighting to ensure that our hard-earned tax money is valued and directly benefiting our communities. We need better roads, better public schools, better healthcare, better economic opportunities, and more affordable housing and rent.
The Leadership Our Community Needs Right Now.
For the last 20 years I have brought my passion for community involvement to the 71st Assembly District. A large part of my focus has been in education and volunteering at my children’s schools. I worked to ensure that arts programs were safeguarded from budget cuts and helped raise over $100,000 for the installation of an outdoor fitness circuit at Jamacha Elementary. Most recently, as the Co-Chair of the Spring Valley Community Planning Group, I have worked diligently to improve our roads, to bring economic opportunities to our neglected neighborhoods, and to ensure that we have a plan and the means for future growth and development within our region. Throughout my time advocating for our community, I’ve come to realize that our district is in need of someone at the state level who is willing to work across party lines and fight to bring our hard earned tax dollars back into our underserved neighborhoods.
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News & Updates
Liz has achieved a record breaking endorsement from the Progressive Democrats of America - CA. PDA-CA is an organization that seeks to build a political party and government controlled by citizens with policies that serve the broad public interest. By the numbers:...
“When elected, I will focus on addressing our community needs when it comes to food, Internet, and housing. I will work on behalf of the people to ensure our district’s needs are met.” – Liz Lavertu, Candidate for California State Assembly 202
First, THANK YOU to CalFire for helping our community! I was in awe watching the brief everyday and seeing how well everyone worked together to protect each other on the frontlines. Things could have been a lot worse, but your talent coupled with very long...